Welcoming a new child is a blessing that adds joy to the family but it is also a huge change for toddlers and other siblings. Preparing them for this change can make the transition go so much better and lead to a better sibling relationship in the long run. Solu was almost 19 months old … More 5 Montessori-Inspired Ways to Prepare your Toddler for a Sibling
After a lot of positive feedback on the infant course (Which is 25% Until the end of day November 30th) and a lot of requests for a toddler course, I am so excited to finally introduce the Understanding and Supporting your Toddler e-Course, an online Montessori course for parents navigating the toddler years. This course will … More Introducing Understanding and Supporting your Toddler e-Course & Cyber-Monday Deal
I have found it helpful to go back and look at the posts I did of Solu at different ages. I wish I had kept up with them and want to try to catch up if I can. I’ve decided to start where Metu is now. Some context… Metu was one month old and we and had just … More 20 Montessori at Home Activities at 20 Months
This is the fourth interview in the Exploring the Essence of Montessori Parenting Series. You can read the past interviews here. Today’s interview is with Mary Deans-Romero. I connected with Mary via the Facebook Montessori Teacher’s group. I am always interested so see how parents with multiple young children are applying Montessori at home because … More Exploring the Essence of Montessori Parenting – Mary Deans-Romero
It was Dr. Montessori’s birthday yesterday. Encountering her work has changed my life and I am constantly seeking to understand more. I want to share a beautiful passage by Renilde Montessori that I read at the Educateurs sans Frontieres assembly in Hyderabad. It speaks to Dr Montessori’s personality which can be hard to comprehend when you read … More Maria Montessori’s Joy!
This is the third interview in the Exploring the Essence of Montessori Parenting series. Today’s interview is with a dear friend and someone I consider my Montessori godmother. I first got in contact with Pilar when I discovered Montessori and was trying to figure out my training options. She guided me and has walked with … More Exploring the Essence of Montessori Parenting – Pilar Bewley
This is the second interview in the Exploring the Essence of Montessori series. If you missed it, you can read the first interview with Paije. Today I would like to Introduce to Kaitlin Luksa! I connected with Kaitlin over Social media and have enjoyed following her parenting journey. Tell me a little about yourself. I … More Exploring the Essence of Montessori Parenting – Kaitlin Luksa
I am so so excited about this series! I will be introducing you to Montessori parents from around the world at different stages of their journeys. They will be keeping it real, and sharing with us honestly their thoughts and experiences with parenting the Montessori way. The stories I have collected so far have resonated so much … More Exploring the Essence of Montessori Parenting – Paije Long
Hello there! I am so glad to be done with training and to have a little more time to share on here. As you know, I had grand dreams of sharing our experiences with you through out my recently concluded AMI 3-6 training, but reality hit, and I prioritized time with my children and time … More Thank you and some exciting updates!
I wrote posts about Solu’s activities at different ages and it has helped me t0 look back on them. Unfortunately, I have not written much about Metu’s activities because life has been so much busier with two children and we have been traveling a lot since he was born. He has had activities set up for … More Activities at 13 and 14 Months (Metu’s version)